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Class of 2009, 

Swarthmore is a place not unfamiliar with transition. Its student body, like every learning 
institution, is in constant flux. With each passing year, Swarthmore both welcomes a class of 
eager and frightened young adults into its warm community and sends off a class of both 
well-worked and well-prepared graduates into the larger world. The same goes for 
Swarthmore's fine faculty and staff; professors leave for and come back from their beloved 
Sabbaticals; new faculty and staff are hired; some retire or move on to newer ventures. Of 
course, the 08-09 academic year was no exception. I Ivl 

With this book, the editorial board of the Halcyon wishes to present to you a visual 
representation of Swarthmore's own specific method of progress. While the concept of 
change usually implies passivity, it is exactly in that way that i believe Swarthmore diverges 
from the norm. As you turn these pages and thus through various chapters of this past 
academic year, I hope that you can see how Swarthmore refuses to be a mere backseat 
driver to fate. While since August we have seen some massive changes in the world around 
us— be It the troubled world economy, the election of our first African-American President, 
or simply the search for someone to fill the soon-to-be empty seat of our beloved President 
Al Bloom-the Swarthmore community has consistently placed itself directly into the 
frontlines, refusing to be simply affected, resolving only to effect. 

I cannot even imagine what good you will do for the world now that you have completed 
your time here at Swarthmore, class of 2009. However, i can say that i do feel like the world 
is safe in your hands, as it will be with the next class, and the next. As long as Swarthmore 
holds dear its devotion to finding the light within all, while also demanding a brand of 
academic excellence that deeply engrains an understanding of the virtues of hard work 
into the hearts of every one of its students, I feel that the world can a||^ will only change for 
the better. 




Thus, I ask you to please enjoy this book you have in your hands. Years from now I hope 
that it will be one of the materials you have left from Swarthmore and that as you revisit old 
memories, it will help reinvigorate the Swarthmore spirit that will surely always be within 
you. Congratulations, Class of 09! 

Best, 

James Preimesberger '1 1 
Executive Editor 
Halcyon 2009 



Since arriving at Swarthmore in the late summer of 2005, you tiave experienced significant 
ctianges in your personal and intellectual growth, even profound transformations in how you 
view yourself and the world. In the process you were challenged in myriad ways by peers, 
administrators, faculty and staff - that, while not always fun or comfortable, have allowed you 
to see clearer, think more critically and effect change positively. 

Your contributions to the college and the broader community as Resident Assistants, Writing 
Associates, athletes, debaters. Student Academic Mentors, Lang Scholars, Orientation 
Leaders, college committee members, leaders of student organizations, tutors and mentors for 
children in Chester, Chinatown and Kennett Square, and many more - are immeasurable. On 
behalf of Swarthmore College, I thank you. Given these trying yet exciting times, your 
leadership is needed more than ever. 

It has been an honor and privilege to serve as the Dean for the Class of 2009. Completing the 
degree requirements and walking across the stage of the glorious Scott Amphitheater, you 
now join the previous 136 Swarthmore graduating classes whose members have gone on-- 
and continue— to change the world for the better. You have much to build on. It is now your 
turn. 



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Assistant Dean of the College 
Director of the Intercultural Center and 
Dean for the Class of 2009 



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Aikido Club, Amos J. Peoslee Debate Society, Animal 

Rights Coalition, Boy Meets Tractor, Class Activists, 

Club Despertar, College Democrats, Creative Writing 

Club, Daily Gazette, Dare 2 Soar, Drama Board, Enie 

(n), Enlace, Film Society, Forum for Free Speech, Free 

Culture Swarthmore, The Garnet Club, Gospel Choir, 

Gourmets and Gourmands, HAN, Hindu Club of 

Swarthmore, Hodgepodge, Knit-Wits, Ladies Soiree 

Society, Mjumbe, Movie Committee, Muslim Student 

Association, NOLArize, Olde Club, Opera Club, The 

Phoenix, Positive Alternatives in Chester, Queer 

Straight Alliance, Quiz Bowl, Rattech, Remoppings, 

Rhythm N Motion, Ruach, Scarlet Letters, Serving 

Homeless Individuals in Pennsylvania, Sexual Health 

Counselors, Small Craft Warnings, Social Affairs 

Committee, Sound Machine, Spike, Student Council 

Students Against Violence Everywhere Are Us, 

Students of Caribbean Ancestry, Sudaiko of 

Swarthmore College, Swarthmore Anime & Manga 

Club, Swarthmore Business Association, Swarthmore 

Catholic Newman Community, Swarthmore Chabod 

on Campus, Swarthmore Chapter of Amnesty 

International, Swarthmore College Bowl Team, 

Swarthmore College Chess Club, Swarthmore College 

Computer Society, Swarthmore College Feminist 

Majority, Swarthmore College Photography Club, 

Swarthmore College Rotaroct Club, Swarthmore 

Cycling Club, Swarthmore Drag Troupe, Swarthmore 

Folk Dance Club, Swarthmore for Immigrants' Rights, 

Swarthmore Good Food Project, Swarthmore Labor 

Action Project, Swarthmore Massage, Swarthmore 

Organization for Israel, Swarthmore Political Review, 

Swarthmore Progressive Action Committee, 

Swarthmore Progressive Christians, Swarthmore 

Protestant Community, Swarthmore Queer Union, 

Swarthmore Salsa, Swarthmore Students Supporting 

Life, Swarthmore Sudan, Swarthmore Uechi 

Association, Psi Phi, Swat Vox, Women's Resource 

Center, WSRN 91 .5 FM, and The Halcyon (lol). 

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ranyo Alvarez, Paul Apollo, Andrew Avillo, Andrew 
Bender, Alexandra Bensimhon, Leon Bergen, Cello Caust-Ellenbogen, 
Sarah Choi, Hannah Christensen, Peter Clemmer, Brodl Covert, 
Andrew Crispin, Charles Decker, Zamlo Diaz, Kathleen Feeney, Pierre 
Font, Sofia Gall, Blanco Gamez, Ellse Gorrlty, Loretto Gory, Brendan 
Grady, Claire Gunner, Jesse Handler, Erin Heoney, Luis Hernandez, 
Walter Hessler, Robert Hollahan, Ylh-Da Hsieh, Sarah Ifft, Allison 
Jordan, Ladule Lako LoSarah, Saran Lannom, Jonathan Leung, Alex| 
Mallshchak, James Marzluff, Andrew Masvlkeni, Emily McDonol^ 
Krystyn Mcilroth, Robert Mohr, Caitlln Mullarkey, Vivaan Nei^i^" 
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Pritchett, David Pupkin, Shadi Rohona, Tabotha Sobotino, Somu 
Schneider, Benjamin Schweinhart, Guy Seaton, Nikhil Shormo, 1^ 
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hat a vision of undergraduate education Swarthmore projects and delivers - one 
hich not only cultivates intellectual power, ethical intelligence, and responsibility to 
broader humanity, but which also fosters a care for the well-being of others, a care 
empower them, and a care to inspire and prepare them to take their places in a 

self-replicating tradition of determined agents of humane and societal advance, 

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from a difficult challenge. If it was 

our style, we wouldn't be at this 

school and we certainly wouldn't 

be here today, dressed like this, 

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Faculty 

Art and Art History 

Syd Carpenter 
Michael W. Cothren 
Randall Exon 
Logan Grider 
Constance Cain 
Hungerford 
Brian Meuiner 
Janine Mileaf 
Patricia L. Reilly 
Tomoko Sakomura 

Biology 

Sara Hiebert Burch 
Scott Gilbert 
Julie Hagelin 
John B. Jenkins 
Nick Kaplinsky 
Jose-Luis Machado 
Rachel Merz 
Colin Purrington 
Kathleen King Siwicki 
Elizabeth Vallen 
Amy Cheng Vollmer 

Chemistry and 
Biochemistry 

Alison Holliday 
Kathleen Howard 
Lydia Indivero 
Stephen Miller 
Maria Newport 
Bob Paley 

Robert F. Pasternack 
Paul Rablen 
Judith Voet 
Liliya Yatsunyk 

Classics 

Grace M. Ledbetter 
Rosaria B. Munson 
William Turpin 



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Computer Science 

Andrew Danner 
Charles Kelemen 
Tia Newhall 
Lisa Meeden 
Doug Turnbull 
Richard Wicentowski 

Dance 

Kim Arrow 

Pallabi Chakravorty 

LaDeva Davis 

Ni La Kadek Kusuma 

Dewi 

Sharon E. Friedler 

Dolores Luis Gmitter 

Sally Hess 

Lisa Kraus 

C. Jemal Nance 

Teya Sepinuck 

Jon Sherman 

Leah Stein 

Stephen Welsh 

Economics 

Amanda Bayer 
Erin Bronchetti 
Nancy Carroll 
John P. Caskey 
Thomas S. Dee 
Stephen S. Golub 
Robinson G. Hollister, 
Jr. 

David Huffman 
Philip N. Jefferson 
Mark Kuperberg 
Ellen Magenheim 
Stephen O'Connell 
Frederic L. Pryor 
Larry Westphal 

Educational Studies 

Diane Anderson 
Frank D. Grossman 
K. Ann Renninger 
Lisa Smulyan 
Eva Travers 



Engineering 

Erik Cheever 
Carr Everbach 
Nelson Macken 
Arthur E. McGarity 
Lynne Molter 
Tali Moreshet 
Fred Orthlieb 
Faruq Siddiqui 

English Literature 

Nathalie Anderson 
Elizabeth Bolton 
Rachel Buurma 
Anthony Foy 
Jill Gladstein 
Kendall Johnson 
Nora Johnson 
Bakirathi Mani 
Peter J. Schmidt 
Philip Weinstein 
Craig Williamson 

Film and Media 
Studies 

Bob Rehak 
Sunka Simon 
Patricia White 

History 

Diego Armus 
Stephen P. Bensch 
Timothy J. Burke 
Allison Dorsey 
Bruce Dorsey 
Robert DuPlessis 
Pieter M. Judson 
Lillian M. Li 
Marjorie Murphy 
Robert Weinberg 



Linguistics 

Ted Fernald 
Doreen DeLuca 
Shelley DePaul 
Aaron Dinkin 
K. David Harrison 
Jason Kandybowicz 
Donna Jo Napoli 

Mathematics and 
Statistics 

Deborah Bergstrand 
Garikai Campbell 
Linda Chen 
Philip Everson 
Charles Grinstead 
Cheryl Grood 
Thomas Hunter 
Gudmund Iverson 
Aimee S.A. Johnson 
Mike Johnson 
Eugene Klotz 
Stephen B. Maurer 
Helena Shapiro 
Don Shimamoto 
Janet Talvacchia 
Steve C. Wang 

Modern Languages 
and Literatures 

Arabic 
Aman Attieh 
Sawsan Abbadi 
Walid Hamarneh 
Yamine Mermer 
Chinese 
Alan Berkowitz 
Hongyu Huang 
Wol A Kang 
Haili Kong 
Kirsten Speidel 
Chu-chen Wang 



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French 

Jean-Vincent Blanchard 
Alexandra Gueydan 
Carole Netter 
George Moskos 
Micheline Rice-Maximin 
Carina Yervasi 
German 
Marion Faber 
EIke Plaxton 
Sunka Simon 
Hansjakob Werlen 
Japanese 
William Gardner 
Yoshiko Jo 
Atsuko Suda 
Russian 

Sibelan Forrester 
Michael Pesenson 
Spanish 

Aurora Camacho de 
Schmidt 
Joan Friedman 
Maria Luisa Guardiola 
John Hassett 
Luciano Martinez 
Consuelo Martinez- 
Reyes 

Philip Metzidakis 
Josep Navas Masip 
Patricia Vargas 

Music 

John Alston 
Marcantonio Barone 
James Freeman 
Andrew Hauze 
Michael Johns 
Gerald Levinson 
Michael Marissen 
Barbara Milewski 
Drew Shanefield 
Thomas Whitman 

Philosophy 

Alan Baker 
Peter Baumann 
Richard Eldridge 



Hugh Lacey 
Grace Ledbetter 
Tamsin Lorraine 
Hans Oberdiek 
Charles Raff 
Richard Schuldenfrei 

Physics and 
Astronomy 

John Boccio 
Michael Brown 
Amy Bug 
David Cohen 
Peter Ceilings 
Catherine Crouch 
Tim Gray 
Carl Grossman 
Mary Ann Klassen 
Eric Jensen 
Adam Neat 
Frank Moscatelli 

Political Science 

Benjamin Berger 
Cynthia Halpern 
Raymond F. Hopkins 
Ayse Kaya 
James R. Kurth 
Matt Murphy 
Carol Nackenoff 
Keith Reeves 
Richard Rubin 
Kenneth E. Sharpe 
Dominic Tierney 
Richard Valelly 
Tyrone White 

Psychology 

Jodie A. Baird 
Frank H. Durgin 
Kenneth J. Gergen 
Jane E. Gillham 
Daniel J. Grodner 
Etsuko Hoshino- 
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Deborah Kemler 

Nelson 

Jeanne Maracek 

Michelle Reimer 

Allen M. Schneider 

Barry Schwartz 

Andrew H. Ward 

Religion 

Yvonne Chireau 
Steven Hopkins 
Tariq al-Jamil 
Gwynn Kessler 
Ellen Ross 
Mark Wallace 

Sociology and 
Anthropology 

Joy Charlton 
Miguel Diaz-Barriga 
Farha Ghannam 
Jennie Keith 
Braulio Munoz 
Steven Piker 
Michael Reay 
Lee A. Smithey 
Robin E. Wager-Pacifici 
Sarah S. Willie- 
LeBreton 

Theater 

Marsha Ginsberg 
Erin B. Mee 
Allen Kuharski 
K. Elizabeth Stevens 

Visiting Faculty 

Elaine Allard 
Gabriel Quinn Buriedel 
Adrienne Bayton 
Tatiana Bibikova 
Jacqueline Emery 
Melinda Finberg 
Gregory Frost 



Ralph R. Gomez 
W. Mark Goodwin 
Nikki Greene 
Isaburoh Hanayagi 
Janice Hamer 
Joseph Hargadon 
Ralph R. Gomez 
Jessica Todd Harper 
Ah Heinze 
Douglas Herren 
Geoffrey Herrera 
Daniel Heyman 
Eleanor Holdridge 
I. Niklas Hultin 
Matt Hutchinson 
Cheryl Jones-Walker 
Bruce King 
Jonathan Kochavi 
Bill Kronholm 
George Lakey 
Sonia Lee 

Vera Lee-Schoenfeld 
Elisabeth Louveau 
James Magruder 
Jonathan Hart 
Makwaia 

Dale Mezzacappa 
Jennifer Morton 
James Murphy 
Jill Neuendorf 
Lizzie Olesker 
Kathryn O'Rourke 
Rachel Pastan 
Mary Phelan 
Helen Plotkin 
Elliot Ratzman 
Barbara Riebling 
Marina Rojavin 
Teya Sepinuck 
Adriano Shaplin 
Angela Shaw 
Mimi Sheller 
Laila Swanson 
Walter Stromquist 
Suzi E. Takahashi 
Robert Tayon 
Doug Turnbull 
Elizabeth Webster 
Duke 
M. Jade Zee 



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staff 



Academic Advising and 
Support 

Garikai Campbell 
Rachel Head 
Karen Henry 
Ruthanne Krauss 
Tracy Rush 
Gigi Simeone 
Kelly Wilcox 

Admissions 

Bev Atz 
Tanya Aydelott 
Wallace Ayres 
Stephanie Berman 
James Bock 
Christine Costello 
Dee Hamilton 
Sharon Hartley 
Justin Holmes 
Sebastian Indacochea 
Stacy Jordan 
Ryan Keaton 
Yvetta Moat 
Carolyn Moir 
Mary Morley 
Suzi Nam 
Nick Peterson 
Andrea Pien 
James Sawyer 
Kathy Schmick 
Gail Scotti 
Rachel White 
Susan Wigo 

Advancement Services 

Mike Dappollone 
Kay Draper 
Barbara Fleming 
Barbara Mann 
Linda McCloskey 
Ellen Monsees 
Angel Pesenson 
Florence Ann Roberts 
Drusie Sheldon 
Kay Watson 
Kathy Watts 
Mimi Weiler 

Alumni and Gift Records 

Marianne Kennedy 
Ruth Krakower 
Jane Pedrick 
Catherine Powell 
Theresa Rodriguez 
Trish Tancredi 
Stephanie Specht 

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Alumni Development 

Pat Laws 

Annual Giving 

Dennis Archey 
Mary Beth Mills 
Debbie Mulligan 
Fritz Ward 
Art and Art History 
June V. Cianfrana 
Stacey Bomento 
Douglas Herren 
Andrea Packard 

Asian Studies 

Anna Everetts 
Haili Kong 

Athletics 

Todd Anckaitis 
Karen Borbee 
Peter Carroll 
Christyn Chambers 
Harleigh Chwastyk 
Renee Clark 
Sue Davis 
Marian Fahy 
Renee DeVarney 
Stan Exeter 
Lucy B. Foerster 
Lauren Fuchs 
Sharon Green 
Pat Gress 
Jim Heller 
Allison Hudak 
Nicole Kelly 
Jeremy Loomis 
Marie Mancini 
Mike Mullan 
Bavin Parikh 
Jessica Quinn 
Ray Scott 
Eric Wagner 
Lee Wimberly 
Jordan Wyckoff 
Larry Yannelli 

Biology 

Diane Fritz 
Bill Gresh 
Tami Gura 
Gwendolyn Kannapel 
John Kelly 
Philip Kudish 
Julie MacMullin 
Aleia McCord 
Jocelyn Noveral 
Bill Finder 
Matt Powell 
Erin Schlag 



Black Cultural Center 

Timothy Sams 
Bonnie Lytle 

Black Studies 

Allison Dorsey 
Anna Everetts 

Board of Managers 

Eric Adier 
Jorge L. Aguilar 
Smitha Arekapudi 
Richard Barasch 
Dulany Ogden Bennett 
Rebecca Chopp 
Janet S. Dickerson 
Maurice G. Eldridge 
J. David Gelber 
Eugenie Gentry 
Bruce Jay Gould 
Neil R. Grabois 
Julie Lange Hall 
Samuel L. Hayes III 
James C. Hormel III 
Lori Ann Johnson 
Harold Kalkstein 
Giles K. Kemp 
Jerome Kohlberg Jr. 
Jacob Krich 
Frederick W. Kyle 
Eugene M. Lang 
Jane Lang 
Susan Levine 
Bennett Lorber 
Sabrina Martinez 
Barbara W. Mather 
Elizabeth McCormack 
Jorge Munoz 
Christopher Niemczewski 
Sibella Clark Redder 
John A. Riggs 
Catherine Rivlin 
Carl R. Russo 
Elizabeth H. Scheuer 
Marge Scheuer 
Larry Shane 
Robin Shapiro 
Salem D. Shuchman 
David W. Singleton 
Martha Spanninger 
Thomas E. Spock 
Danielle Toaltan 
Joseph Turner 
Suzanne P. Welsh 

Bookstore 

Linda Bordley 
Kathy Grace 
Mike Harper 
Steve Levin 
Martha Townsend 



Business Office 

Joann Massary 
Cheryl Robinson 

Capital Giving 

Dennis Archey 
Patti Bender 
Stephen Bayer 
Connie Baxter 
Anne Bonner 
Sandy Byers 
Mary Carr 
Janeane Clare 
Susan Clarey 
Don Cooney 
Mike Dappolone 
Kenneth Dinitz 
Janet Donovan 
Kay Fairs 
Barabara Fleming 
Amanda Hrincevich 
Tania Johnson 
Marianne Kennedy 
Nadine Kolowrat 
Ruth Krakower 
Susan Lathrop 
Pat Laws 
Barbara Mann 
Linda McCloskey 
Mary Beth Mills 
Debbie Mulligan 
Jane Pedrick 
Angel Pesenson 
Katherine Powell 
Florence Ann Roberts 
Theresa Rodriguez 
Drusie Sheldon 
Danielle Shepherd 
Stephanie Specht 
Carol Stuart 
Trish Tancredi 
Debbie Thompson 
Michael Valoris 
Fritz Ward 
Kay Watson 
Kathy Watts 
Mimi Welle 

Career Services 

Jennifer Barrington 
Nancy Burkett 
Marissa Deitch 
Lisa Maginnis 
Erin Massey 
Laura Sibson 

Chemistry and Biochemistry 

Caroline Burkhard 
Donna Halley 
Kay McGinty 



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Lori Sonntag 
David Trimble 

Classics 

Debbie Sloman 

Cognitive Science 

K, David Harrison 

Communications Office 

Susan Cousins Breen 
Carol Brevart-Demm 
Allisa Giardinelli 
Eleftherios Kostans 
Stacey Kutish 
Steven Lin 
Jeffrey Lott 
Janice Merrill-Rossi 
Nancy Nowicki Nicely 
Anita Pace 
Audree Penner 
Nathan Stazewski 
Phillip Stern 

Comparitive Literature 

Carolyn Anderson 
Michael Pesenson 

Computer Science 

Betsy Horner 
Jeff Knerr 
Bridget Rothera 

Corporate, Foundation 
and Government Relations 

Ken Dinitz 
Tania Johnson 
Nadine Kolowrat 
Debbie Thompson 
Counseling and 
Psychological Services 
Nicole Brown 
Ruth Frank 
Joanna Frederick 
Kim Grant 
Joe Hewitt 
Terry McGrath 
Amy Mitchell 
David Ramirez 
Paula Rosen 
Diane Shaffer 

Dance 

Hans Boman 
Liza Clark 

Bernadette Dunning 
Nick Kourtides 
James P. Murphy 
Wesley Rast 
Lenny Seidman 
Alex B. Shaw 
Laila Swanson 



Deans 

James Larimore (Dean of 

Students) 

Gahkai Campbell 

Rachel Lynn Head 

Karen Henry 

Tim Sams 

Darryl Smaw 

Martin Warner 

Myrt Westphal 

Raphael Zapata 

Deans Staff 

Terri Borgese 
Nancy Burkett 
Pat Coyne 
Betsy Durning 
Tom Elverson 
Paury Flowers 
Beth Kotarsi 
Ruthanne Krauss 
Jennifer Lenway 
Bonnie Lytle 
Melissa Mandos 
Joanna Nealon 
David Ramirez 
Jake Rubin 
Tracey Rush 
Gigi Simeone 
Joyce Tompkins 
Diane Watson 
Kelly Wilcox 
Ed Windhaus 

Development 

Mary Carr 
Susan Clarey 
Don Cooney 

Dining Services 

Barbara Boswell 
Lynn Grady 
Therese Hopson 
Janet Kassab 
Linda McDougall 
Augustine Ruhri 
Lisa Scolaro 

Disability Services Office 

Tracey Rush 

Economics 

Nancy Carroll 

Educational Studies 

Kae Kalwaic 

Engineering 

Holly Castleman 
Edmond Laoudi 
Grant L. Smith, Jr. 



English Literature 

Carolyn Anderson 
Joanne Howard 
Peter J. Schmidt 

Environmental Studies 

Carol Nackenoff 
Carolyn Warfel 

Equal Opportunity Office 

Sharmaine Bradham LaMar 

Facilities Management 

Don Bankston 
Alice Balbierer 
Didi Beebe 
Steve Borger 
Mike Boyd 
Tom Cochrane 
Bill Costello 
Paula Dale 
Steve Donnelly 
Clair Ennis 
Gus Erikson 
Woody Frazier 
Christi Pappert 
C. Stuart Hain 
Mary Hasbrouk 
Chuck Hinkle 
Jeff Jabco 
Kenney Jones 
Tom Lohse 
Bill Maguire 
Tricia Maloney 
Bob McCaughern 
A! Miser 
Paul Rowe 
John Scalio 
Jinny Schiffer 
Jan Semler 
Patti Shields 
Susan Smythe 
Judy Stallings 
Sue Stark 
Ralph Thayer 
Carolyn Vance 

Fellowships and Prizes 

Melissa Mandos 
Joanna Nealon 

Film and Media Studies 

Carolyn Anderson 
Joanne Howard 

Finance Office 

Mark C. Amstutz 
Carmen R. Duffy 
Lois L. Falzone 
Lori Ann Johnson 
Nathan Newport 



Eileen E. Petula 
Suzanne P. Welsh 

Financial Aid Office 

Joanne Barracliff 
Catherine Custer 
Gina Fitts 
Kristin Moore 
Judy Strauser 
Laura Talbot 

Foreign Study Office 

Rosa Bernard 
Diana Malick 
Steven Piker 

Gender and Sexuality 
Studies 

Anna Everetts 
Bakirathi Mani 
Gender Education Office 
Karen Henry 

Gift Planning 

Patricia H. Bender 
Amanda Hrincevich 
Michael J. Valoris 

German Studies 

Sunka Simon 

Health Sciences Office 

Jennifer Lenway 
Gigi Simeone 

Health Center 

Debbie Bartenbach 
Mari Clements 
Hennie Cline 
Geri Cole 
Cheryl Donnelly 
Janet Hamm 
Rima Himelstein 
Charles Hummer III 
Constance Jones 
Ethel Kaminski 
Pel Ann Kong 
Beth Kotarski 
Barabara Krohmer 
Suzie Long 
Barbara McGee 
Robin Oaster 
Mary Jane Palma 
Helen Pitts 
Barry Rinker 
Nancy Rist 
Christine Smith 
Jackie Stacheiek 
Eileen Stasiunas 
Cathy Stewart 
Tracey Talley 
Alan Zweben 



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History 

Jen Moore 

Housing 

Rachel Lynn Head 
Myrt Westphal 

Human Resources 

Theresa Handley 
Carolyn Hatt 
Bonnie Gasperetti 
Karen Phillips 
Janis Leone 
Lee Robinson 
Rhoni A. Ryan 
Cindy Santa Maria 
Tracey Thompson 
Susan Watts 
Catherine Wilson 
Melanie Young 
Information Security 
Committee 
Joseph Cataldi 
Kathleen Grace 
Nick Hannon 
Sebastian Indacochea 
Frank Milewski 
Cathy Pescatore 
Rhoni Ryan 
Drusie Sheldon 
Glenn Stauffer 
Nathan Stazewski 
Judy Strauser 
Martin Warner 
Suzanne Welsh 

Institutional Research 

Alex McClung 

Robin Huntington Shores 

Intstitutional Review 
Board 

Thomas Cook 
Constance Cain 
Hungerford 
Thomas Hunter 
Niklas Hultin 
John Jenkins 
Tania Johnson 
Deborah Kemler-Nelson 
Michael Mullan 
Charles Raff 
Intercultural Center 
Terri Borgese 
Rafael Angel Zapata 

International Student 
Advising 

Betsy Durning 
Jennifer Marks-Gold 

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Interpretation Theory 

Anna Everetts 
Richard Eldridge 

Investment Office 

Mark C. Amstutz 
Carmen R. Duffy 
Lois L. Falzone 
Lori Ann Johnson 
Nathan Newport 
Eileen E. Petula 
Suzanne P. Welsh 
Islamic Studies 
Farha Ghannam 
Tariq al-Jamil 

Land Use Planning 

Committee 
Paul Aslanian 
David Bagnoli 
Carr Everback 
Cliff Gayley 
Ted Goundie 
Mark Kuperberg 
William L. Rawn 
Susan Sayer 
Larry Schall 
Larry Shane 
David Singleton 
Mark Wallace 
Hansjakob Werlen 

Lang Center for Civic and 
Social Responsibility 

Joy Charlton 
Erica Hawthorne 
Cynthia Jetter 
Debra Kardon-Brown 
Jennifer Magee 
Dolores Robinson 

Lang Performing Arts 
Center 

Brady Gonzalves 
Nick Kourtides 
James Murphy 
David Todaro 
Jean Tierno 

Language Resource Center 

Michael Jones 
John Word 

Latin American Studies 

Anna Everetts 

Learning for Life 

Diane Anderson 
Don Bankston 
Liz Derickson 
Vivian Hart 
Sharon Pierce 



Library and Research 

Barbara Addison 
Charlotte Blandford 
Margaret Brink 
Kate Carter 
Wendy Chmielewski 
Bronwen Densmore 
Chris Densmore 
Susan Dreher 
Kenya Flash 
Donna Fournier 
Edward Fuller 
Anne Garrison 
Chris Gebert 
Audrey Harmon-Smith 
Pamela Harris 
Anna Headley 
Teresa Heinrichs 
Linda Hunt 
So-Young Jones 
Melinda Kleppinger 
Spencer Lamm 
Roxanne Lucchesi 
Jacqueline K. Magagnosc 
Melanie Maksin 
Mary Marissen 
Danie L. Martin 
Alison Masterpasqua 
Amy McColl 
Kerry Kristine McElrone 
Susanna Morikawa 
Annette Newman 
Pat O'Donnell 
Louise Petriila 
Helen Plotkin 
Peggy Seiden 
Mary Beth Sigado 
Meg E. Spencer 
Dorothy Valencia 
Sandra M. Vermeychuk 
Ken Watts 
Barbara J. Weir 
Mary Ann Wood 
Anne Yoder 

Linguistics 

Aaron Dinkin 
Dorothy Kunzig 

Mathematics and Statistics 

Stephanie Specht 
Media Services 
Angela Andrews 
Gayle R. Barton 
Michael Bednarz 
Eric Behrens 
Wenping Bo 
Katie Bourne 
Lisa Brunner Bireley 
Ken Collins 
Mark CJ Davis Jr. 
Mark Dumic 



Heather Dumigan 
Seth Frisbie-Fulton 
Nick Hannon 
Robin Jacobsen 
Michael Kappeler 
Barbara McKinnon 
Frank Milewski 
Kelly Mueller 
David Neal 
Michael Patterson 
Michael Rapp 
Dave Robinson 
Jason Rotunno 
Andrew Ruether 
Rhoni Ryan 
Ed Siegle 
Glenn Stauffer 
Don Tedesco 
Patrick Treptau 
Bob Velez 
Doug Willen 

Medieval Studies 

Stephen P. Bensch 

Modern Languages and 
Literatures 

Eleanor Baginski 
Cassy Burnett 
Michael Jones 
John Word 

Multicultural Affairs 

Betsy Durning 
Darryl Smaw 

Music 

Bernadette Dunning 
Donna Fournier 
Geoffrey Peterson 

Parents Programs 

Danielle Shepherd 
Carol Stuart 

Peace and Conflict Studies 

Anna Everetts 

Philosophy 

Donna Mucha 

Physical Access and 
Learning Support 

Marcia Brown 
Carolyn Hatt 
Lee Robinson 

Physics and Astronomy 

James Haldeman 
Steve Palmer 
Carolyn Warfel 



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Planning for Swarthmore 
2020 

Eric Behrens 
Dennis Archey 
Christyn Chambers 
Marissa Deitch 
Eugene Gentry 
Brady Gonzalves 
Melissa Hunter 
Sharmaine Bradham LaMar 
Allison Masterpasqua 
Suzi Nam 
Anna Orgera 
Benton Peak 
Lawrence Richardson 
Rodney Swainey 
Cathy Wareham 
Malanie Young 

Political Science 

Gina Ingiosi 
Deborah Sloman 

Pre-Law and Premedical 
Advising 

Jennifer Lenway 

Gigi Simeone 

President's Office 

Alfred H. Bloom (President) 

Stephen Bayer 

James L. Bock 

Maurice G. Eldridge 

Jenny Gifford 

C. Stuart Main 

Constance Cain Hungerford 

James A. Larimore 

Laura Moreno 

Laura K. Warren 

Suzanne P. Welsh 

Melanie Young 

Provost's Office 

Constance Cain Hungerford 

(Provost) 

Lisa Smulyan (Associate 

Provost) 

Marcia Brown 

Joanne Kimpel 

Cathy Pescatore 

Psychology 

Kathryn Timmons 
Donald Reynolds 
Julia L. Welbon 

Public Policy 

Cathy Wareham 

Public Safety 

Kathy Agostinelli 
Jim Barracliff 
Herb Barron 
Steve Carr 



Sally Coultes 
George Darbes 
John Dukes 
Jim Ellis 
Joe Forgacic 
Tom Gallo 
Tony Green 
Brian Harris 
Greg Hartley 
Meghan Hartley 
Edmund Harvey 
George Iredale 
Ellie Jamison 
Dominick Martino 
John McCans 
Maggie McCans 
Terry McGonigle 
Terri Narkin 
Owen Redgrave 
Bob Stephano 
Michelle Wollman 

Registrar's Office 

Martin Warner (Registrar) 
Diane Ceilings 
Stacey Hogg 
Joyce Tomkins 
Janet McSwiggins 

Religion 

Eileen McElrone 

Religious and Spiritual Life 

Janke Rubin 
Joyce Tompkins 
Father Ed Windhaus 

Scott Arboretum 

Dan Blanton 
Andrew Bunting 
Bill Costello 
Dwight Darkow 
Steve Donelly 
Jody Downer 
Gus Erikson 
Will Evans 
Elizabeth Haegele 
Chuck Hinkle 
Jeff Jabco 
Julie Jenney 
Nicole Lewis 
Sheila Magee 
Rhoda Maurer 
Susan McGinley 
Dale Nemec 
Miriam Pinsker 
Lars Rasmussen 
Rebecca Robert 
Brad Rumsey 
Clair Sawyers 
Susan Stark 
Jacqui West 



Sociology and 
Anthropology 

Rose Maio 

Staff Advisory Council 

Beth Baksi 

Val Gibson 

Mary Cooper 

Joe Deasey 

John Dukes, Jr. 

Betsy Durning 

Lois Falzone 

Brady Gonzalves 

Lynn Grady 

Tami Gura 

Anna Headley 

Pat Hearty 

Sharmaine Bradham LaMar 

Mary Marissen 

Terri McGrath 

Cathy Pesticore 

Brad Rumsey 

Tracy Thompson 

Carolyn Vance 

Mimi Weiler 

Melanie Young 

Student Accounts Office 

Maria McBride 
Linda Weindel 

Student Activities Office 

Paury Flowers 
Kelly Wilcox 

Sustainability Committee 

Amanda Bayer 
Joy Charleton 
H. G. Chissel 
Maurice Eldridge 
Carr Everbach 
Liz Haegele 
Nadine Kolowrat 
Linda McDougall 
Arthur McGarity 
Ralph Thayer 
Eric Wagner 

Theater 

Liza M. Clark 
Jean Tierno 
Stephen Hungerford 

Vice President of 
Development and Alumni 
Relations' Office 

Stephen Bayer (Vice 
President) 
Connie Baxter 



Wellness Group 

Mari Clements 
Anna Everetts 
Amanda Hrincevich 
Connie Jones 
Annette Newman 
Lee Robinson 
Rob Roche 
Kelly Wilcox 



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Dearest Vivaan 




t, 



-£ ■mk. 



With lots of love, 
affection, and 
admiration, 



Congratulations on 

achieving yet 

another important 

milestone in your 

life! 



'^' -Wv 



140 




From Ammamma, Dadi, 
Ma, Pa, Kartik, and 

Eska 

and your hordes of 

cousins, aunts, uncles, 
grand aunts and uncles 
and great grand aunts 
and uncles! 




You both made it! 
Love you - Elisa + Alan 



141 




My how you've grown; from Lizbit, 

to Lizbitty, to Bitsy, to Lizbeth, to Elizabeth, 

to Lizzy, to Lizzil, to Holly, to Liz, to Zebil 




Who can guess who will come next? 
Whatever, we wish you great success 

and happiness! 
Congratulations on your success at Swarthmore. 



Love, 

Dad, Mom, 
Ali, Nate 
& Andy 




Congratulations 
Class of 2009! 




Zinga! 
Congratulations, Jesse 



Love Mom & Adam 



Tristan C. Bice - Congratulations on your Swarthmore graduation! Your abilities are amazing. We 
love voit! Curran, Popo, Moin, and Dad. If/ v • .^^„ 

TotuI super. 





Kara, 

You have always 
lived life to the fullest, 
but never more than 
during your four years 
at Swarthmore. Where 
ever you go you will 
take with you your 
memories, friendships, 
and musical and 
academic 

accomplishments. We 
are so proud. 

Love, Mom, Dad, 
Sniffy, and Nelson 



Imagine the possibilities. 



Dearest Alex, 

Congratulations! Like a true sailor, in the midst of 
uncertain waters, you have found the light and 
direction to arrive at this great milestone of your life. 
Always look for the beacons to guide you in your 
continuing journey. We are immensely proud of and 
humbled by your achievements. 
With everlasting love and support. 

Mom, Dad, Andrew and Christina 



Allison, 

Remember, you can 

accomplish anything. 

I am so proud of you. 

I love you, Mom 



The wine of Divine Grace is iimitless, 
Ali limits come oniy from the faults of the cup, 
IVioonlight floods the whole sky from horizon to horizon; 
How much it can fill your room depends on its windows. 
Grant a great dignity, my friend, to the cup of your life; 
Love has designed it to hold his eternal wine - IVIathnawi 





^ SUCCESS! 



Kristin Caspar, Lauren Walker, Alexandra Zelaski, Chrisine Sendelsky. 

Coaches: Head Coach Renee Clark, Asst Coach Potti Shields, Asst Coach 

Jeanette Middlestead and Asst Coach Jen Moore. 



"Hannah, 

y\.[[your fiarcf wor^Has 

Srougfit 

you great rewards, 

Congratulations! 

'Much Cove, OacC + Mom 




Faith Pampel, 

Your Swarthmore education is an immensely sea- 
worttiy vessel. Sliove off and sail, remembering this: 



"If there is no wind - row"! 



Love from you very proud family 




Lauren 
Stokes 



"Magic is believing in yourself, if 
you can do thiat, you can mal<e 
anything fiappen. " 

Johann Wolfgang van Goethe 

We are incredibly proud of 
who you've become ... and 
we'll continue to cheer as you 
follow your dreams! 
All our love, 

Mom, Dad & Connor 




"I still find each day too 
short for all the thoughts 
I want to think, all the walks 
I want to take, all the books 
I want to read and all the 
friends I want to see. " 

John Burroughs 



"No harm's done to history 
by making it something 
someone would want to 
read." 

David McCullough 





Congratulations on your 

graduation, James! We're 

so proud of you and all 

that you have achieved 

at Swarthmore College, 

We wish you a future 

filled with happiness 

and success, 

Maika'l 



Love, Mom, Mike and 
Randi, and Granny 



Dear Jacob, 



Congratulations! 

You always make us proud 



W!55: 



Love, Mom and Dad 




Querida Emma (para muchos anos despues): Hoy 
recordamos un futuro recuerdo, para que cuando 
dentro de muchos anos les ensenes este libro a tus 
amigos y seres queridos, te acuerdes de lo mucho 
que nos acordamos de ti el ano y dia de tu 
graduacion de Swarthmore. Te deseamos que toda 
tu vida sea tan llena de exitos y felicidades como 
tus anos en Swarthmore. Y aunque eso sea casi 
imposible, lo que si es muy posible es que siempre 
los recuerdes con alegria y con sana nostalgia, 
y que al mismo tiempo recuerdes lo que nunca 
cambia, que es el amor de tus padres. We send 
you here two big hugs and all our love. For edways 
and for ever, como decia el cuento. Tu sonrisa 
ironica y parlanchina ha sido nuestra gran alegria 
y felicidad, y te deseamos muchas cosas buenas 
para el dia de tu graduacion, y todas las cosas 
buenas que te mereces para despues. Papi y Mami. 



Julie BaJ 



^^ 



^#-^ 



You 



are such a compassionate, caring, intelligent, 

creative, and talented man. We are so very proud 

of you - for who you are and for all of your 

accomplishments! 

Congratulations! You will have all of our love and 

support on the road ahead! 

Much love, 

Mom, Dad and, and Jessica (Sailor, too!) 



i\ 



Colophon 

Executive Editor 

James Preiniesberger '11 

Business Editor 

Stephan Lefeb\TC '1 1 
Creative Editor 

Natasha Tonge '11 
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Joan Kim '10 (Fall '08) 

Ae Jin Yoon '10 (Spring '09) 
Photo Editor 

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Assistant Editors 
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Special Thanks 

Phil Klein, Dee Skelton, Jostens, Paur}^ Howei-s, EHse 
Ganitj', Jeff Lott and Steven lin (Communications 
Office), Joe Durinzi (Herff Jones), Herff Jones 
Photography, The Phoenix, The Daily Gazette, SBC, 
Student Council, Rafael Zapata, Constance 
Hungerfoid, Susan Wjgo, Michael Jones, Ruthanne 
Krauss, Laura Talboi; Kelly NX/ilcox, Jaiiis Leone, 
Betsy Duming, Aleta Hong, Chris Khniedd, 
Jonathan Hui, Emma Feiguson, Andrew Cheng, 
Jean Sttout, Blaine O'Neill, Cheryl Tse, Cindy Luu, 
JSE.e Lee, Melissa Cruz, Henry Clapp, Rachel 
Bauman, Keitli Torrey, Karina Navarro, Daniel 
Chung, Erik Smitli, r\ri Novack, Valerie Clark, 
Jolianna Bond, Catliy Ng, M)mki Baker; Roseanna 
S<immcre, ,\lison Flamm, Bettina Tam, AsUey 
Miniet, Ben Hattem, Cal\'in Ho, Shipa Boppana, 
Kadu'rine Lam, Sarali Daley, Kwame Osei, Grace 
Chang, i\ fichael Xu, Rebecca Wright, Aakash Sucliak, ' 
Narli;miel Ersldnc, Hanvue Anne Hu, Steve Dean I 



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2009 Halq'on 
Cliange